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Marcel Dadi was born on 20 August, 1951 in Sousse, Tunisia. Discover Marcel Dadi's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 45 years old?

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Age 45 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 20 August 1951
Birthday 20 August
Birthplace Sousse, Tunisia
Date of death July 17, 1996,
Died Place Long Island, NY
Nationality Tunisia

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On 17 July 1996, en route from NYC to Paris with his band and his long time friend Serge Sloimovits, in order to continue to Munich (with Lufthansa), Marcel Dadi died when the Boeing 747 operating TWA Flight 800 exploded off the coast of Long Island. He was returning from the United States to France after being honored at Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame.


Marcel Dadi immigrated to Eilat (Israel) on the Red Sea, in 1983, and lived there with his wife and young son for several years before moving back to France. In 1988, Eric Clapton, his longtime family friend, came to Eilat to visit Marcel Dadi.


1976: Marcel Dadi and Friends - Country Show (Guitar World)-guitar


Dadi released several LPs and some instructional videos before his early death. His recordings featured a mix of compositions by his American heroes and original compositions of his own in a similar style. A feature of his early LPs was that they included a tablature booklet, allowing guitarists to learn the tunes for themselves. Dadi often recorded tunes dedicated to his friends, such as "Roger Chesterfield," dedicated to Roger C. Field with whom he first went to Nashville in 1975 to visit Chet Atkins.


Marcel Dadi (20 August 1951 – 17 July 1996) was a Tunisian-born Jewish French virtuoso guitarist known for his finger-picking style which faithfully recreated the instrumental styles of American guitarists such as Chet Atkins, Merle Travis and Jerry Reed. He became a personal friend of country star Chet Atkins.

Marcel Dadi was born in Sousse, Tunisia on 20 August 1951. Dadi, along with his immediate family, moved to Paris, France in 1954. By 1961, he started playing guitar at age 10. He joined Andre Assouline, Joseph Illouz, and Maurice Levy to form a rock instrumental band by 1964. He was inspired by the music of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan, He continued to expand his musical horizons by the fluences of guitarist, Bernard Photzer, who introduced him to the music of Elvis Presley and other 1950's rockers. Photzer also taught him the rudiments of flatpicking. As a soloist with French singer-songwriter and guitarist, Hugues Aufray, Dadi began to develop his own approach to guitar flatpicking. Since 1972, he wrote instructional articles for a Folk Music Review, where he introduced his rigorous training method, which utilizes a fingering chart, in the March 1972 issue.